progressive employers

You’re Pregnant & You Love Your Career- 5 steps to do it right

You’re Pregnant & You Love Your Career- 5 steps to do it right

Whether you call it work life balance, integration, career architecture or job crafting- having a baby and a successful career takes deliberate action and planning. Unfortunately, the data tells us that career women who have kids will more than likely experience a negative impact to their careers (whether in earning potential, promotion opportunity or unconscious […]

5 Reasons Why Your Female Pipeline is Dry

5 Reasons Why Your Female Pipeline is Dry

They won’t remember what you say but they certainly will remember how you made them feel during this life changing event. The chances to screw up this process are immense. However, the potential loyalty that can be gained from correctly managing this process are equally immense.

Working Mothers releases its 'Best Companies for Dads' list

Working Mothers releases its 'Best Companies for Dads' list

"In order for companies to advance working mothers, they must support their working fathers," said Subha V. Barry, president of Working Mother Media, in a statement. "The level of enthusiasm we received from our founding sponsors was through the roof and speaks volumes about how organizations are recognizing the importance of supporting both working moms and dads. The Working Mother Best Companies for Dads strive to create a supportive environment for all working parents, a

Lack Of Parental Leave, Affordable Childcare Leaves Gaping Hole In The U.S. Economy

Lack Of Parental Leave, Affordable Childcare Leaves Gaping Hole In The U.S. Economy

The lack of a basic social safety net for families is preventing the American labor market from operating at its full potential in myriad ways.

Need more workers? Improve parental leave, Fed paper says

Need more workers? Improve parental leave, Fed paper says

The United States economy could add as many as 5 million workers to its labor force by improving conditions for women workers, including offering better parental leave, a paper published by the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank on Tuesday found.